About Us


The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) assists people with disabilities to succeed at work and live independently. We believe that anyone with a disability who wants to work, can work, regardless of the type or severity of their disability. We work closely with a variety of partners and stakeholders, including our vendors, employers, state and federal agencies, Workforce Centers and Centers for Independent Living. DVR uses public funds to provide our services so it is important that this money be used responsibly according to our policy, rules and regulations.

The programs described on this website are funded, in part, with federal funds awarded by the U.S. Department of Education under the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR). For purposes of the VR program, the federal VR grant paid 78.7 percent of the total costs of the program. In federal fiscal year (FFY) 2023, DVR was awarded $48,511,807 in federal VR funds. Non-federal funds paid 21.3 percent of the total costs ($11,911,394) under the VR program. 

DVR funding sources: 78.7% federal, 12.4% state and 8.9% local funds
DVR Funding Sources


People with disabilities are essential to a working economy that elevates all of Colorado.


Working together to promote a thriving employment environment with opportunity for every Coloradan with a disability to live independently and prosper.


DVR Believes

  1. All people with disabilities can choose a career path leading to meaningful employment and independent living. 
  2. Investing in the knowledge, experience and professional development of our staff is integral to the success of our mission. 
  3. We are a resource and partner that empowers people with disabilities to reach their highest potential in alignment with the needs of businesses in our communities. 
  4. Continuously improving our practices through active collaboration with people with disabilities, their families, businesses, and national, state and local organizations is essential to advance our mission. 

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (EDIA)

"The State of Colorado believes that an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workplace is one where all employees and community partners, whatever their gender, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, education, disability, socio-economic status, or any other identity, feel valued and respected. We are committed to nondiscriminatory practices and providing equitable opportunities for employment and advancement in all of our departments, programs, services, and worksites. We respect and value diverse life experiences and work to ensure that all voices are heard so that a person's future success is not determined by their identity."

See Governor Polis' Executive Order on EDIA and Department of Personnel Administration EDIA website and universal policy in PDF.


DVR Director

Kristin Corash

Kristin Corash wearing a royal blue shirt under a light blue jacket, with shoulder length strawberry blond hair

DVR Org Charts

DVR Organizational Charts


Blind and Low Vision Services (BLVS)

Field Services

Region I (includes Colorado Springs, Pueblo, La Junta, Lamar, Limon, Ft. Morgan, Sterling, Trinidad and Canon City)

Region II (includes Denver Metro, Golden, Aurora, Centennial, Castle Rock)

Region III (includes Boulder, Longmont, Loveland, Ft. Collins, Greeley, Northglenn)

Region IV (includes Mountain areas, Craig, Alamosa, Grand Junction, Montrose, Delta, Cortez, Durango)



Reports and Manuals


Policy Manual

DVR Policy Manual (October 2023)

Fee Schedule

Fee Schedule (October 2023)